Eat Street Northshore Is Finally Reopening After This Year's COVID-19 Lockdowns

The popular Hamilton foodie spot will relaunch just in time for summer.
Sarah Ward
Published on November 24, 2020

Back in March, when Australia shut down to help stop the spread of COVID-19, Eat Street Northshore was one of the many venues affected. It completely closed down, but thankfully its shuttering was only temporary — with the popular spot first hosting a drive-thru dessert festival in September and October, and now announcing its official proper reopening date.

Come Friday, December 4, you'll be able to head to Hamilton for a bite to eat and a few beverages by the river. It'll all be socially distanced, of course, but the timing is perfect — because you now have a great way to spend the first weekend of summer (and plenty of weekends after that, naturally).

When it did close down, the riverside spot announced that it'd do so indefinitely, until it had the all-clear to reopen. With Queensland slowly returning to normal — including allowing some sites such as outdoor stadiums and indoor cinemas to operate at full ticketed (and seated) capacity, and increasing both at-home gathering and venue patron limits — the powers-that-be at Eat Street are obviously now comfortable with welcoming patrons back.

As it did pre-lockdown, Eat Street Northshore will run between Friday–Sunday weekly, and host an array of food and drink vendors. You'll be able to stop by between 4–10pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 4–9pm on Sundays.


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Eat Street Northshore reopens at 221D Macarthur Avenue, Hamilton on Friday, December 4. For more information, visit the venue's website.

Published on November 24, 2020 by Sarah Ward
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